What is the value of an E James Co double barrel shotgun made late 1800s?


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2005-03-25 00:04:35
2005-03-25 00:04:35

I do not know too much about the value of such but I have one, a ten guage double barrel with external hammers that my dad bought from a pawn shop in the 1950s. I have no wish to sell but would also like to know the history .


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I have a old double berrel muzzel-loader and I do not no how much it is worth.The name of the gun,I do not no.Can not read it.

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E. James & CoEnos (or Enoch) James & Company was an English gunmaker c. 1870-1920. One source says Birmingham and another says London, but both give the address as 14 St. Mary's Row. I cannot find any reference to Loveby, but this may be a retailer. Another possibility is that this is a Belgian gun marked with a name similar to the British - international copyrights weren't rigorously enforced in those days. If you will post all the markings and tell where each is found on the gun, we may be able to make a positive identification. More input:E. James & Co Loveday ST Birm M I Have a Double barrel with these markings ,but it is missing the under lever and hammers. If you have the same type gun perhaps you could send a picture of what it is suppose to look like as I am going to have my gunsmith fabricate them Thanks FrankI have a enos James & co double barrel serial# 115771 shotgun and it is complete.How do I send you a picture?

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Practise and study about it. Try looking in the book Charmayne James on Barrel racing or barrel Racing 101

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Most Popular Barrel Racer is Charmayne James and Lance Graves

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